Contents Volume 100 Issue 22 | HEART 15 November 2014 Heartbeat 1786 Cortisol awakening and stress response, personality and psychiatric profiles in patients with takotsubo cardiomyopathy 1735 Heartbeat: Highlights from this issue A L Ribeiro, C M Otto S Kastaun, N P Schwarz, M Juenemann, M Yeniguen, H M Nef, H Moellmann, C W Hamm, G Sammer, J Hennig, G Bachmann, T Gerriets Editorials Journal of the British Cardiovascular Society Guidelines for Authors and Reviewers Full instructions are available online at http://heart.bmj.com/ifora. Articles must be submitted electronically http:// heart.bmj.com/submit. Authors retain copyright but are required to grant Heart an exclusive licence to publish http://heart.bmj.com/ifora/licence.dtl 1737 Smartphone-based cardiac rehabilitation K Turk-Adawi, S L Grace 1739 Ticagrelor and the prevention of cardiovascular mortality: more than just platelet inhibition? 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OPEN ACCESS This article has been made freely available online under the BMJ Journals Open Access scheme. See http://heart.bmj.com/site/ about/guidelines.xhtml#open Heart failure and cardiomyopathies 1780 Low prealbumin is strongly associated with adverse outcome in heart failure P Lourenço, S Silva, F Friões, M Alvelos, M Amorim, M Couto, P Torres-Ramalho, J T Guimarães, J P Araújo, P Bettencourt This journal is a member of and subscribes to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics www.publicationethics.org.uk Receive regular table of contents by email. Register using this QR code. The online version of this article contains multiple choice questions hosted on BMJ Learning.
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